Although I currently own neither a cat nor a dog, it has been my experience observing friends and the cats they love that cats are usually more harsh with computer keyboards than are dogs.
As for Frako, he probably is of the current generation that was never required to actually learn how to type properly (nor was I...I hunt and peck to this day at 40 words per minute...) but with all of those pets running around the house, I am impressed that all of his keys are even in his keyboard!
I would say you've hit on something here. Our cats have always had a selfish mind of their own, regardless of how much we train them. We've been able to train our dogs to conform to the mind of us, their owners. They delight in serving our interests, protecting us and pleasing us.
Is there even such a thing as a cat obedience school? I would say that cats are the epitome of the concept of free will!
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